Culler Middle School
Culler Middle School is a professional learning community with a tradition of service, a culture of collaboration, and a commitment to student learning.

The Cougar Connection

February 2021

Letter from our Principal

Culler Community,

As we continue to learn from this pandemic and how to best reach our community, we reviewed what we created for 1st semester conferences, gathered feedback from our teachers and created a smaller committee to plan for this semester’s conferences.  Following is the PLAN FOR PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES:

February 9th 

  • A LINK to a site will be shared so that you can view information/updates about each or your student’s classes
  • From 3:30-4:30 – Teachers will contact parents of students for whom they are concerned regarding grades and work completion

February 24th

  • Invitational Virtual Conferences (3:30-6:30)
  • Previous to this day, teachers will work in teams of 2-4 to identify students and families to invite to a virtual conference by phone or Zoom
  • If you are not contacted, but would like a conference, please call the main office and we will do our best to schedule something

Thanks for your continued partnership!

 
Michaela Hahn
Michaela Hahn

Principal
mhahn@lps.org

Upcoming Dates

February 9
Early Release @ 1:40pm

February 9
Parent/Teacher Updates via site link

February 10-19
ELPA Testing for ELL Students

February 15
No School

February 17
9th grade registration at Culler

February 23
Early Release @ 1:40pm

February 24
Invitational Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:30pm-6:30pm (virtual)

March 8 – 12
No School -Spring Break

March 16
Early Release @ 1:40pm

March 23
Parent Community Engagement via Zoom @5pm

March 30
Early Release @ 1:40pm

MTSS-B Information

Culler Community:

We continue the work of making Culler an equitable community.  Most recently we have discussed equitable decision points.  Equitable decision points are responses educators make to student choices.  When we respond, we want our interactions to improve the relationship even if the student has made a poor choice.  Our ultimate goal is to build mutual dignity and respect.  One way to improve our ability to make equitable decisions is to continue to educate ourselves on the systematic racism that exists within our schools.  We do this intentionally at our staff meetings every month.  Here was the material we shared/studied/discussed in December and January.

December: 21 Day Equity Challenge 

January: Reflection Quote

“ I think it’s hard for someone who is not of color to understand that there is a difference being a person of color coming into a building where you don’t see staff of color there. It’s a little bit more intimidating to give your voice, to give your point of view, to give your understanding. “ (Singleton, 2002)

What can we do to keep all voices at the table?

  • Understand privilege
  • Critical self reflections allows one to realize the rights they have but others do not
  • Listen and do your homework
  • Speak up but not over
  • You’ll make mistakes–apologize when you do
  • Ally is a verb

Please let me know if you have any questions related to MTSS-B!

KIm Rathe

 

Students of the Month

A Student of the Month is a role model and leader to their classmates as well as works hard every single day to demonstrate Safe —where they are supposed to be at all times — Responsible — Honest and give 100% effort in all classes — and Respectful — Doing what the teacher asks right away in a respectful manner behaviors in their classes.

The below students consistently demonstrate these behaviors and were nominated by their teachers to be recognized last month.

December 8th Grade Students of the Day

Nyamac Wal: is a focused student who takes her classes seriously. Nyamac took the initiative to ask questions and get caught up on her assignments after an extended absence.

Chrishawn Fuller: has had an amazing start to the new semester. He has been super engaged in class and has been doing high quality work.

Johnny Gatluak: Johnny has started the semester off with a bang! He still has a perfect 100% in science class and has done a great job everyday this semester. He also helps take down my chairs on a daily basis and I really appreciate that!

Aaliyah Cuevas: Aaliyah is amazing! She is always on time, works hard every day and has 100% in Science class! She is kind, polite and respectful! All great qualities for a Culler student!

Kentasha Mitchell: Kentasha works really hard in math class, participates, always asks questions to understand and is an overall great role model for others.

Hussain Al-Jabery: Hussain is a hard worker, is engaged, participates in the lesson, and asks questions. He is always respectful, responsible and safe.

Keco Ontiveros: Keco is an awesome worker and always participates. He is also a great bball player.

Mustafa Al Mahmoud: Mustafa works really hard in health class, actively listens and participates, and always brings a positive attitude. He goes the extra mile to make sure his work is quality and complete.

Zaradasht Salim: Zaradasht always gives his best in English class. He listens to instruction, participates in class discussions and does his best on his assignments. He truly is a respectful and responsible student while also following all of the safety protocols. We love having Zaradasht in 5th period English!

Zander Palmer: Zander is an active participant and listener throughout class. He has a good attitude and is always respectful during class.
Danasia Reaves: I’m so happy to see you back in class! You are doing a great job adjusting from zoom and working hard in my classroom. Keep reaching towards those goals!

Jackson McCarter: Jackson is a hardworking student and a natural musician. He has a love for learning and shares that passion with others

Jeffrey Schroder: I can always count on Jeffrey to do the right thing and follow instructions the first time. I also appreciate his love of music, willingness to improve his musicianship skills and daily effort.

December 7th Grade Students of the Month

Samuel Esquivel: hardworking and cool

DeShawn Robinson: hardworking, self advocates and participates in class.

Brennan Shada-Schrum: hardworking, participates, kind and wants to do well.

Jonathan Garcia: hardworking, consistent participation in class.

Kaylee Luke: positive, hardworking, always asks questions and loves to read!

Rahiq Bashar: kind, self advocates when she doesn’t understand and leads by example.

Nadya Alsilo: hardworking and self advocates when she needs help.

Katie Pearson: hardworking, quiet, friendly and polite.

Cougar Den // Malone Center Events

Hello Cougar Families!

Our 3rd quarter clubs are underway! If you would like to sign your student(s) up for our  after-school program, please fill out the enrollment & club registration forms linked below! Some information about our program:

  • It’s FREE!
  • M-F 3:00 – 5:30 PM
    • 1:40 – 4:30 PM on PLC Days
  • Our after-school program is a free and extended learning opportunity that gives students the opportunity to participate in academic, artistic, recreational, and cultural enrichment clubs.

Enrollment Form

Club Sign-up Form

Cougar families! We are going to start honoring and celebrating our amazing students at our CLC on a monthly basis! Below are the safe, responsible, and respectful leaders from first semester. Thank you!

  • Vicky Avila
  • Korbin Blake
  • Nuer Bol
  • Quaedyn Combs
  • Celeste Esquivel
  • Sam Esquivel
  • Miguel Esteves
  • Emily Gandara
  • Jonathan Garcia
  • Suriyah Houston
  • Khup Khai
  • Daceson Morgan
  • Angie Sanchez
  • Brennan Shada
  • Gay Wah
  • Tyrus Whittle
  • Aaron Woodruff
  • Noah Woods

Congrats to our wonderful scholars! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at zain.saleh@lps.org

Thanks!

7th & 8th Grade Intramurals

Happy February Cougar Families!

Right now our 7th/8th grade boys basketball season is off and running! If your student would still like to join basketball this year, please have them see me and I can get them going.

A few quick reminders for parents/guardians.

  • Practice runs 3:15-4:45 everyday after school with the exception of Tuesday’s. Pickup will be by door 11 (8th grade doors).
  • Games are Saturday mornings at 8:30 and 9:45. Your athlete will know which game time they are playing.
  • Lastly, no spectators/parents are allowed at the games/practices due to the health department recommendation.


The following games are scheduled for the month of February:

  • Feb. 6 CULLER @ Dawes
  • Feb. 13 CULLER @ Park
  • Feb. 20 CULLER @ Pound
  • Feb. 27 Irving @ CULLER


If you have any questions regarding Culler Athletics, please feel free to contact me here at the school. I can be reached by phone or email.

402-436-1210, jwillia6@lps.org

Thanks and GO COUGARS!!!

The Culler Library

Empower learners to be curious, critical, and creative thinkers; enthusiastic readers; skillful researchers; and conscientious digital citizens.

Culler Library Mission

Access Amazing Library Resources from Home!

Did you know many of our fabulous library resources can be accessed from home? If your student is looking for educational games to play or fun activities to do online, we encourage them to check out the library resources at home! The library provides access to fun educational sites for students for free. To do this, go to your school library website and click on “Home Access” to get the login information. Many of the library’s resources can also be accessed by logging into the portal from home. Go to portal.lps.org and type in your student’s LPS ID number and password to see what is available for your student to access from home!

Digital Citizenship Tips

LPS teachers instruct students about digital law when they help students explore how terms of service agreements and privacy policies are important and have real-world implications. Topics for a family discussion might include:

  • What are terms of service agreements? (Rules you must follow when using an app or digital tool.)
  • Why should you be aware of terms of service agreements? What are the consequences of using apps not intended for students your age? (Many terms of service agreements include age requirements for the app or digital tool. If you use a tool that you are not old enough to use, your account may be canceled, your safety may be compromised, and you may see inappropriate content.)


LPS has procedures in place to ensure the apps and websites students are using adhere to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.

Library Staff

Ms. Haack

ahaack@lps.org

Mr. Saddler

tsaddle@lps.org

ELL Information

Culler ELL Teachers

Mrs. Grace

rbrust@lps.org

Mrs. Jurgens-Woitzel

ajurgen@lps.org

Mr. Pabst

epabst@lps.org

Ms. Petersen

kpeters7@lps.org

Ms. Munter

tmunter@lps.org

Mr. Shanahan

sshanah@lps.org

ELPA21

The ELPA21 is a statewide assessment that all English language learners in the state of Nebraska take. The online assessment is made up of four parts: reading, writing, speaking and listening. Results usually become available in May. Students who score proficient (all 4s and 5s) meet the criteria to exit the ELL program will no longer receive ELL services the following school year. All students who qualify for ELL services will take the ELPA21 in February in early February. The dates for our in-person learners are February 10th-19th. The dates for our remote learners are February 16th-19th. More information will be coming home on February 1st. It is important that students get enough sleep so they can do their best on this assessment. It’s also imperative that students arrive to school with a charged Chromebook as the assessment is done online.

RAZ Kids for ELL Students

Many parents ask what their child can work on at home to improve their reading. RAZ Kids is a reading program that all students in ELL levels newcomer-2 have access to. Students are able to log on, listen, read, and take quizzes on stories at their reading level. The program automatically moves students up reading levels as they complete stories. Encourage your child to use RAZ Kids at home, even for just 10-20 minutes a night.

Late Bus for ELL Students!

ELL students, who ALREADY receive bussing to and from school because they live outside of the Culler attendance area, have the option to take a late bus that departs at 4:45 in order to stay after school for the Cougar Den after school program, clubs, academic support, and/or intramurals. Students may sign up anytime, but we ask that if your child signs up, they commit to taking it consistently (more than once a week) to keep their name on the list. If interested in the late bus, students should ask their teacher for a permission slip to have you sign and return to school.

Liaisons

Arabic

Aqeel Fadhil
(402) 436-1715

Arabic

Sudanese Dialect

Hager Mohamed
(402) 436-1958

Spanish

Marta Boucher
(402) 436-1763

Kurdish

Khudhur Ali
(402) 436-1994

Karen

Kmwe Paw
(402) 436-1434 Mooku Taw filling in for Kmwe until mid-March, mtaw@lps.org

Vietnamese

Toan Tran
(402) 436-1955

Nuer

Tosh Jock
(402) 436-1892

Russian / Ukrainian

Ellie Kasab
(402) 436-1942

Staff Member Spotlight

Culler has so many amazing staff members that show up each day, exemplify a positive attitude and go above & beyond for other staff members and the students we serve!

The following staff members were nominated by their peers to be spotlighted for their hard work and dedication!

Makayla Schippert

Schippert

Mrs. Schippert is always willing to help whenever and wherever she can. She looks for solutions to problems and brings a lot of joy to colleagues and students.

Laura Lubben

Lubben

Mrs. Lubben is an amazing math teacher! She is truly here to support her students and goes above and beyond for all of them especially during this difficult year! Lauren teaches an extra period, CRC and often stays at school late to make sure all students receive all the help, support and materials they need to be successful. She is super organized, easy to work with, is a great leader for our 8th grade and students with IEP’s group and is MY Marigold! I LOVE getting to work with her everyday! Lauren you are AMAZING!!!

TeArah Parks

Parks

Ms. Parks is outstandingly patient and compassionate with students. In her co-taught classes, she is the first teacher to react when sudden issues arise with students. She knows exactly what students’ need and she always delivers. Culler is lucky to have her!

Miranda Otte

Mrs. Otte is sooooo FLEXIBLE! As a first year/semester teacher she has jumped right in. She’s been willing to help out in all situations and have her schedule switched up sometimes multiple times a day. She even helped me with QRIs and I SO appreciate that. She’s great!

Culler Counseling

Providing hope for the future, giving students the strength and courage to persevere.

Class of 2027

This information is great for all grade levels, not only 6th graders.  

Research is telling us that too much screen time is not good for the developing adolescent brain. Digital devices can interfere with everything from sleep to creativity. Here are some tips to help parents curb their teens screen time. 

  • Beware of digital media distraction. Half of all kids and three-quarters of parents feel the other is distracted when talking to each other.
  • Have regular sit-downs, screen-free meals with your children.
  • Put down your device. Be present with others. Observe the world around you. Let your mind wander.
  • Avoid blue light-emitting screen use before bedtime.
  • Play online games with your children rather than forbidding them. Learn how to play from them and, as you play, help them think about what they’re seeing and doing on screen.
  • Help your children plan how to spend their time, focusing on important and favorite activities to avoid sliding into the screen abyss.
  • Think about having your child charge their device or phone in another room at night so they aren’t tempted to use it when they should be sleeping.


~ From pediatrician and former filmmaker Dr. Michael Rich, aka “The Mediatrician”®

 
Margaret Pass
Margaret Pass

Class of 2026

Hey 7th grade parents. You may want to check out Mrs. Pass’s message under Class of 2027. The information is good for everyone, not just for 6th graders.

This quarter we have started to look at what students want to do after high school. They took an interest inventory to match careers with interests. I encourage you to continue this discussion with your students at home, if you haven’t already done so. It’s important to start having these discussions early so that your student doesn’t feel like they don’t know what avenue to take once they graduate high school. We will also be choosing 8th grade ACEs classes towards the end of the third quarter, and I will begin to discuss what to expect in 8th grade and prepping for high school. If you have any questions or would like to reach out, please don’t hesitate to call or email me- lwaite@lps.org.

Logan Waite
Logan Waite

Class of 2025

Whew! High school choice is complete! Thank you all for helping your students choose the high school that is right for them.

You may want to check out Mrs. Pass’s message under Class of 2027. The information is good for everyone, not just for 6th graders.

Next up: registration! This month, I will be in classrooms to do a lesson called Ninth Grade Counts. Among other things, we will talk about terminology specific to high school, what credits mean and how students earn them, transcripts, and course selections for 9th grade. High school registration is on February 17 at 8 am. High school counselors will register students for their 9th grade courses. Students: please be sure you have your charged Chromebook with you and you are ready to go at 8 a.m. Parents and guardians: if you have any questions about high school, please feel free to contact me at 402-436-1210 or srobins@lps.org.

Sherri Robinson
Sherri Robinson

Technology for Learning

Personal Computing Devices

LPS believes that effective instruction can and should include the appropriate use of instructional technology to support learning. To that end, a District Instructional Technology Tool (ITT) Committee works to identify ITTs that are safe for student use, support district learning goals, and encourage innovative teaching and learning. All reviewed ITTs are cataloged in the LPS ITT Matrix [https://www.lps.org/apps/matrix/].

The most frequently used, approved, and supported ITTs are made available to students and staff in the LPS Portal [https://lps.org/go/YXGE]. Students access their LPS Portal by clicking the ‘HOME’ button on their Chromebook. 

Need a conversation starter with your student? Ask them for a tour of their LPS Portal and which ITTs they are currently using in class.

Support for Students Learning Remotely

Remote Learning Supports

Stop by the LPS website and enter the word “remote” into the Search, Keyword field in the top-right.

The “Student Support” page on the Remote Learning site has links to valuable resources to support your student while learning from home. Make sure your students are familiar with the information about how to successfully connect with their teachers using StudentVue.

The “Parent and Guardian Support” page is filled with valuable information designed to help you help your student. Familiarize yourself with the “10 Remote Learning Things to Know.”

LPS Help Desk is available

Is your student having trouble connecting to their classes? The LPS Help Desk is available to help! Call 402-436-1735 between 7:00am-4:30pm Mon-Fri.

Semester 1 Honor Roll and MAP Improvers

The students listed earned a cumulative GPA of 3.5 & above for Semester 1:

6th Grade

Abdulsahib, Akram
Ahmed, Nsreen
Al Hussien, Mohamad
Al-Gailani, Melak
Alvarez, Andrea
Alvizures Bamaca, Allison
Amen, Bella
Anno, Madi
Blake, Korbin
Bradley, Bryan JR
Bratt, Addison
Burkle, Layla
Byrd, Liliana
Cacho, Asheley
Cao, Huyen
Carter, Maddison
Charbonneau, Kylie
Colberg, Aydin
Coleman, Miye’
Cook, Aubrielle
Craig, Ivanah
Dao, Kendrick
Divers-Sidney, JaLeah
Do, Jason
Duffek, Abraham
Duncan, Carter
Eberhardt, Canon
Elias, Dilshad
Engstrom, Isabelle
Fenster, Ayva
Flesner, Ruben
Flores Calleja, Enid
Foster, Taurus
Grant, Ty
Gubara, Hassan
Hamouda, Reel
Hemsath, Kailyn
Hilker, Taylor
Ibarra, Kellen
Ishaq, Amnah
Kuta, Nicole
Lackson, Glory
Lassen, Mallory
Le, Mary
Lee, Ariyahna
Ly, Jayden
Machar, Michelle
Mares, Karen
May, Tryston
McHenry, Ceris
Menjivar-Loarca, Zuany
Milius, Keegan
Monteroso Silva, Lesly
Morales, Angel
Moran, Joylena
Moreno Marroquin, Gerardo
Morgan, Daceson
Nasir, Zeravan
Novy, Dayton
Ochoa Rangel, Sara
Perez Dominguez, Guadalupe
Perez Solares, Martin
Powell, Jayden
Rathje, Harper
Recinos Guevara, Diego
Rodriguez Cordoba, Robert
Rosales, Aaron
Rowley, Mya
Rudolph, Preston
Rudolph, Sophia
Salih, Hanif
Sanchez, Marcello
Sandoval, Arianna
Schenk, Aidan
Schmid, Maliyah
Shada, Brody
Sheen, William
Somphatanapong, Pong
Spencer, Brecken
Stout, Baylee
Tadesse, Robenas
Tapia Montes De Oca, Oscar
Taylor, Kamorione
Tran, Lyndyn
Tuang, Thang
Vance, Kallie
Volkmer, Ethan
Wah, Paw
Whittle, Tyrus
Win, Plan
Woods, Noah
Workman, Bode
Zunun, Leticia

7th Grade

Alexander, Santino
Al-Janabi, Hussainy
Amon, Maab
Aziz, Mario
Basher, Rahiq
Boldt, Emmett
Capps, Sharron
Chavez, Jasmine
Crosgrove, Ciara
Dao, Vincent
Dean, Andreas
Do, Tan
Epting, Jahzara
Esquivel, Samuel
Fernando, Akash
Fosung, Larry
Freeman, Averie
Garcia, Jonathan
Gariboy, Danae
Hakrash, Abdalah
Heider, Azalea
Hollings, Ashya
Htoo, Shae
Hunter, Jaquan
Jacobo Rios, Diana
Jalemeeran, Melak
Johnson, Nevaeh
Jones, Kaliyah
Khai, Khup
Komi, Kallo
Lopez Chicas, Heidy
Luke, Kaylee
Luna Guiza, Estrella
Mahmud, Mohammad Araf
Maxwell, Vincent
McEntarffer, Lily
McWilliams, Cambrie
Mesri, Abdullah
Mohamed Elamin, Fouad
Mu, Paw Ka Sher
Nahorny, Giovanni
Neukirch, Hunter
Nguyen, Allen
Nguyen, Steven
Ononaji, Ugo
Parden, Ryan
Parden, Sarah
Parker, Gabby
Phan, Ethan
Qahtan, Simadra
Rife, Neriah
Rivera, Juan
Robih, Evelyeen
Robinson, Deshawn
Rosenthal, Dylan
Ross, Jacob
Salih, Musoda
Salman, Zahraa
Shada-Schaum, Brennan
Stell, Jordyn
Tadesse, Milky
Taylor, Shateya
Tomlinson, Ahlaya
Tran, Jessica
Trumblee, Jenny
Varela Landazuri, Kimberly
Zunun, Amadis

8th Grade

Aguallo, Noah
Ahmed, Silvia
Ajwaz, Rwaida
Al Hussien, Hamed
Anderson, Maggie
Aye, Pyoe Nee
Bean, Allie
Beason, Canaan
Bol, Nuer
Bourne, Kendall
Craig, Makyla
Dubas, Chase
Duer, Jona
Elias, Gule
Frost, Dylan
Gans, Lyric
Garcia Vides, Raul Ernesto
Greaves, Jaylen
Hakrash, Wiaam
Hall, Presley
Harper, Kendall
Hoskovec Charbonneau, Sonja
Huerta Rangel, Noeli
Juarez Rubio, Adriana
Kalo, Tya
Khudhur, Alind
Khurmish, Wisal
Kifiata, Premicia
Lashley, Alviana
Licht, Claudia
Lopez, Alizea
Martinez Reyes, Sirlene
Mohamed, Tagwa
Moo, Jury
Nguyen, Henry
Oltman, Kya
Ortiz Ramirez, Camila
Phan, Melissa
Reh, Po
Rico Sevilla, Flor
Roberts, Austin
Ryan, Jacey
Salim, Zaradasht
Wah, Gay
Washington, Carter
Watts, T.J.

The students listed increased their Winter MAP Reading score from their previous MAP Reading score taken either in the fall or last school year:

6th Grade

Zahraa Abu al Nasab
Almutazbeallah Al-Mahdawi
Moira Andrews
Omar Beltran
Koutha Thin Buak
Quaedyn Combs
Gustave Dibandi Nzaou
Abraham Duffek
Celeste Esquivel
Ayva Fenster
Eliseo Garcia Huezo
Ty Grant
Aland Ibrahim
Narges Jaizan
Mohammed Mahdi
Harlem McGinis
Edgar Misula
Latecia Perry
Sophia Rudolph
Ellianna Stovall
Mohamad Al Hussein
Mohamed Al-Hirez
Jayen Alamea Jenkins
Satian Allerheiligen
Andrea Alvarez
Sedra Arab
Jonathan Barlow
Aiden Barreal
Logan Bennett
Korbin Blake
Addison Brat
Ashley Cacho
Maddison Carter
Aubrielle Cook
Ivanah Craig
Amiah Dean
JaLeah Divers-Sidney
Jason Do
Youssif Donia
Carter Duncan
Isabelle Engstrom
Ryan Farritor
Diego Felix Gonzalez
Reel Hamouda
Kailyn Hemsath
Alexander Hicks
Suriyah Houston
Alan Ibrahim
Aleera Kennedy
Alma Koti
Glory Jackson
Mallory Lassen
Michelle Machar
Karen Mares
Avi Matto
Tryston May
Aaron McGill
Mohamed Mohamed
Joylena Moran
Daceson Morgan
Cameron Morton
Payton Ohlsen
Kiana Oltman
Yamara Ozuna-Meza
Guadalupe Perez Dominguez
Diego Recinos Guevara
William Rivas Rivas
Sonia Salim
Maliyah Schmid
Brody Shada
Jaydon Shaw
Pong Somphatanapong
Myles Squires
Baylee Stout
Kamorione Taylor
Kyllion Tomlinson
Joshua Tremain
Ethan Volker
Paw Wah
Boh Boe Wah
Tyrus Whittle
Lundyn Williams
Plan Win
Mikala Winfield
Bode Workman
Teilan Woullard
Payton Wray
Leticia Zunun
Kiara Austin
Mary Le
Bryana Swartz
Ahmed Al Bane Hasan
Aran Al-Dakhi
Anh Au
Liliana Byrd
Kylie Charbonneau
Ariyahna Lee
Aye Mya
Kiana Pearson
Isaac Quarells
Carlos Ramirez-Alvarez
Zyion Thomas

7th Grade

Maten Abdullah
Sujod Abo Asoud
Abdullah Al Boujawari
Ayat Al-Abadi
Fatima Al-Burkat
Taif Alawad
Zac Ali
Felicity Allen
Nadya Alsilo
Christian Alvarez
Jolie Antoine
Maya Ater
Rahiq Basher
Emmett Charles Boldt
Hendrix Burchett
Seqouiah Casarez
Jasmine Chavez
Colin Copley
James Craft
Aiden Craig
Andreas Dean
Sarai Diaz DeLeon Herrera
Zoe Ens
Samuel Esquivel
Akash Fernando
Larry Fosung
Brynn Fredenburg
Averie Freeman
Emily Gandara
Jonathan Garcia
Cheyenne Grant
Jacob Guy
Ramiz Hamouda
Zeneca Hautzenroder
Faith Hicks
Shae Htoo
Connor Hulsman
Fernando Ibarra Barrientos
Diana Jacobo Rios
Buay Jock
Nevaeh Johnson
Kaliyah Jones
Khup Khai
Hurayman Kheder
Kallo Komi
Georges Lombana
Jessiah Lorenz-Dauk
Kenyen Mayok
Lily McEntarffer
Abdullah Mesri
Akira Moody
Gabby Morgan
LaDameon Moton
Paw Ka Sher Mu
Jose Munguia
Hunter Neukirch
Ryan Omer
Ryan Parden
Katie Pearson
Cao Pham
Ethan Phan
Ronnie Rice
Neriah Rife
Fabricio Rivas Dormes
Juan Rivera
Evelyeen Robih
Deshawn Robinson
Kimberly Romano
Dylan Rosenthal
Marcela Salgodo Arita
Sonia Salo
Jordyn Stell
Ky-Mani Stephens
Geniah Story
Izaiah Yates

8th Grade

Reem Al Hamwi
Alizea Lopez
Henry Nguyen
Carmine Olivas
A.J. Shaleski
Noah Aguallo
Crystal Aguilar
Silvia Ahmed
Mustafa Al-Turki
Abbas Al-Hasaii
Hamza Al-Jndo
Kinan Ali
James Allen
Maggie Anderson
Firas Banyameen
Nuer Bol
Josue Castillo Riveros
Kevin Castro Portales
Yasmeen Choko
Aden Christiansen
Makayla Craig
Aaliyah Cuevas
Chase Dubas
Shimar Finley
Mikhale Ford
Chrishawn Fuller
Lyric Gans
Ethan Garner
Anicia Gordon
Jaylen Greaves
Lesli Guerra-Avalos
Presley Hall
Kendell Harper
Josiah Harris
Elijah Harris
Ahmed Hassan
Sonja Hoskovec Charbonnedau
Jayden Jensen
Pal Jock
Anastacia Kennedy
Roochda Kero
Aydin Koti
Trey Landon
Alviana Lashley
Isaac Long Soldier
Alexaner Mendez Amador
Hared Miguel-Vasquez
Tagwa Mohamed
Jury Moo
Susan Moo
Nikiya Myles
Fras Naif
Angel Negrete
Kya Oltman
Rafiella Ortiz
Brandon Owen
Melissa Phan
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